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If Photography Ruled the World, We Would All Be Happy

mugs, vase, flowers, fruits, basket picture photography
Picture taken by Son 1 after toiling after which grape should drape, which grape should just hang

I've never realized how difficult, tedious, meticulous, careful, mindful, anal, bitchy, seriously-you-re-gonna-nitpick-this-shot photographers have to be in order to get a picture right. 

Until my Son 1 is in art school. 

Photography is not his forte, and needless to say, it's not mine either. But what's really interesting is that through his lessons and all of those forced projects, I've come to really appreciate the kind of eye photographers need to have. 

It's embarrassing but I am a point-and-shoot kind of person. I never really cared about lighting or whether there are stains, fingerprints, and dust on the table before I take a shot. 

Angles and shadows never really bothered me either. Of course, whoever wants to be in the shot should just scoot over and be in it. That was it for my photography skills. 

Selfies? I dare say I can rock that pretty OK. 😍😃😅

After going through much with my Son and his photography classes, this post will go out to those people who actually take the time to dress the shot up, wait for the right moment, find the right angle, and arrange people and things up so that they look the best it can. 

The experience has shed some light on the kind of work you guys do so, in this post, I want to send you guys some Kudos. 

Photographers are something else. 


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